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Second Joint Report of the Council and the General Board on a new pay and grading structure for non-clinical staff: Notice

5 August 2005

The Vice-Chancellor gives notice that she has received requests for a ballot on Graces 1 and 2 of 27 July 2005 and a proposal for the amendment of Graces 3, 7, and 9 of 27 July 2005 (Reporter, p. 1020).

Graces 1 and 2

Graces 1 and 2 read as follows:

1. That Recommendation I contained in paragraph 9 of the Second Joint Report, dated 31 and 23 May 2005, of the Council and the General Board on a new pay and grading structure for non-clinical staff (Reporter, p. 745) be approved.

2. That Recommendation II contained in paragraph 9 of the Second Joint Report, dated 31 and 23 May 2005, of the Council and the General Board on a new pay and grading structure for non-clinical staff (Reporter, p. 745) be approved.

The recommendations referred to read as follows:

I. That, with effect from 1 January 2006, the current general scale of stipends (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 643) be rescinded and replaced by a single Cambridge general stipend and salary scale for all University staff as set out in Annex 2 of this Report.

II. That a grade structure for University staff, as described in paragraphs 3.8-3.12 above and as set out in Annex 2 of this Report, be introduced and implemented with effect from 1 January 2006.

The following members of the Regent House have requested a ballot on Grace 1:

ANDREW C. AITCHISONJ. L. DAWSONK. M. JEARYS. PAGE
R. J. ANDERSONG. R. EVANSM. A. JOHNSONLAWRENCE PAULSON
JEAN M. BACONROBIN FAIRBAIRNSA. KALETZKYCATHERINE PITT
AIDAN BAKERA. C. GERRARDADRIAN KENTR. RODD
M. B. BECKLESM. GLENDENNINGLUCY KINGM. J. RUTTER
C. E. BLACKMUNJ. GLUZAM. KUHNJOHN D. SMITH
R. B. BOASTD. J. GOODES. W. LAYNICHOLAS SMITH
CHARLOTTE BOLTONMICHAEL J. C. GORDONS. LEATON GRAYCAROL SPEED
E. J. BRISCOEIAN GRANTM. LEGGATTF. STAJANO
B. J. BURCHELLCHRISTINE GRAYMARGARET LEVITTROGER STRATFORD
C. R. CHALKMICHAEL J. GRAYM. LUCAS-SMITHP. TAYLOR
J. CHINS. GULLM. R. MANNINGDAVID M. THOMPSON
C CHIPPINDALEC. HADLEYSYLVIA D. MARTINELLIJ. W. THOMPSON
J. CHISHOLMJAMES HALLJ. K. M. MOODYG. TITMUS
M. R. CLARKROBERT HARDINGS. J. MOUNSEYJ. WARBRICK
A. E. COBBYD. J. HARRISONW. A. NOBLETTG. WILD
ANN COPESTAKETONY HOLDENCHRISTINE NORTHEAST 
P. CROSSA. JAMESM. R. O'DONOHOE 
J. A. CROWCROFTCHARLES JARDINER. PADMAN 

The following members of the Regent House have requested a ballot on Grace 2:

ANDREW C. AITCHISONJ. L. DAWSONK. M. JEARYR. PADMAN
R. J. ANDERSONG. R. EVANSM. A. JOHNSONS. PAGE
JEAN M. BACONROBIN FAIRBAIRNSA. KALETZKYLAWRENCE PAULSON
AIDAN BAKERA. C. GERRARDADRIAN KENTCATHERINE PITT
M. B. BECKLESM. GLENDENNINGLUCY KINGR. RODD
C. E. BLACKMUNJ. GLUZAM. KUHNM. J. RUTTER
R. B. BOASTD. J. GOODES. W. LAYJOHN D. SMITH
CHARLOTTE BOLTONMICHAEL J. C. GORDONS. LEATON GRAYNICHOLAS SMITH
E. J. BRISCOEIAN GRANTM. LEGGATTCAROL SPEED
B. J. BURCHELLCHRISTINE GRAYMARGARET LEVITTF. STAJANO
C. R. CHALKMICHAEL J. GRAYM. LUCAS-SMITHROGER STRATFORD
J. CHINS. GULLN. M. MACLARENP. TAYLOR
C CHIPPINDALEC. HADLEYM. R. MANNINGDAVID M. THOMPSON
J. CHISHOLMJAMES HALLSYLVIA D. MARTINELLIJ. W. THOMPSON
M. R. CLARKROBERT HARDINGJ. K. M. MOODYG. TITMUS
A. E. COBBYD. J. HARRISONS. J. MOUNSEYJ. WARBRICK
ANN COPESTAKETONY HOLDENW. A. NOBLETTG. WILD
P. CROSSA. JAMESCHRISTINE NORTHEAST 
J. A. CROWCROFTCHARLES JARDINEM. R. O'DONOHOE 

Graces 3, 7, and 9

The proposed amendments to these Graces read as follows:

That Grace 3 of 27 July 2005 be amended so as to read:

3. That Recommendation III contained in paragraph 9 of the Second Joint Report, dated 31 and 23 May 2005, of the Council and the General Board on a new pay and grading structure for non-clinical staff (Reporter, p. 745) be approved subject to the addition at the end of Recommendation III of

'and that the HERA point ranges of the different grades, and the bands within grade 12, be published, with changes subject to the approval of the Regent House by Grace'.

That Grace 7 of 27 July 2005 be amended so as to read:

7. That Recommendation VII contained in paragraph 9 of the Second Joint Report, dated 31 and 23 May 2005, of the Council and the General Board on the new pay and grading structure for non-clinical staff (Reporter, p. 745) be approved subject to the replacement in Annex 5 of

'in all cases other than those determined by the Vice-Chancellor, the Personnel Committee would approve the award where application of a market supplement exceeds 10% of the total of all other components of salary;'

by

'in cases determined by the Vice-Chancellor, the Council will approve the award where application of a market supplement exceeds 10% of the basic salary, in all other cases the Personnel Committee will approve the award where application of a market supplement exceeds 10% of the basic salary; in all cases where application of a market supplement exceeds 10% of the basic salary the market supplement will be published in the Reporter;'

That Grace 9 of 27 July 2005 be amended so as to read:

9. That Recommendation IX contained in paragraph 9 of the Second Joint Report, dated 31 and 23 May 2005, of the Council and the General Board on a new pay and grading structure for non-clinical staff (Reporter, p. 745) be approved subject to the following additions to Annex 10 of the Report;

E. Regulations for stipends (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 643)

By adding the following new Regulation 8:

8. The competent authority shall publish a Schedule to these regulations, to be called Schedule III, which shall contain the grade or range of grades within the structure set out in Schedule I, which has been determined for each University office. Schedule III shall also contain the grade for University staff appointed to unestablished posts for which the grade is grade 9 or above. In the case of offices or staff within grade 12, the Schedule shall state which band or range of bands has been determined for each office and post.

By adding the following new Regulation 9.

9. The competent authority shall publish a Schedule to these regulations, to be called Schedule IV, which shall state the office or post of all members of University staff in receipt of additional payments under the regulations for payments additional to stipend (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 649) which exceed 10% of the basic salary of the individual staff member. The schedule shall state the level of additional payments made to each office or post.

The amendments have been proposed by the following members of the Regent House:

WILLIAM M. ADAMSKATY EDGCOMBEA. KALETZKYG. G. POOLEY
ANDREW C. AITCHISONG.R. EVANSADRIAN KENTM. D. POTTER
ANTON ALTAPARMAKOVROBIN FAIRBAIRNSFRANK H. KINGDAVID PRATT
R. J. ANDERSONS. M. FLOODJ. KINGM. R. E. PROCTOR
DENNIS BARDENC. F. FORSYTHLUCY KINGS. J. RANKIN
P. D. BARKERA. C. GERRARDM. KUHNJ. D. RAY
E. BASSOULSM. GLENDENNINGT. W. KöRNERR. RODD
R. B. BOASTJ. GLUZAS. LAYHELEN VARLEY SARGAN
R. J. BOWRINGD. J. GOODES. LEATON GRAYE. P. S. SHELLARD
M. B. BECKLESIAN GRANTM. LEVITTC. E. M. SHORT
CHARLOTTE BOLTONCHRISTINE GRAYMARIA MANUEL LISBOANICHOLAS SMITH
E. J. BRISCOEMICHAEL J. GRAYM. LUCAS-SMITHC. SPEED
C. R. CHALKS. GULLJ. N. MCELWAINEM. SPIVACK
C. J. CHENEYC. HADLEYN. M. MACLARENJOHN M. STEWART
J. CHINROBERT HARDINGM. R. MANNINGPATRICIA STEWART
C CHIPPINDALED. N. HARRISSYLVIA D. MARTINELLIR. J. STIBBS
D. J. CHIVERSD. J. HARRISONRICHARD MEEROGER STRATFORD
M. R. CLARKE. J. HINCHPAUL METCALFEP. TAYLOR
W. J. CLEGGTONY HOLDENS. J. MOUNSEYR. C. THOMAS
T. W. CLYNED. W. HOLTONJEREMY NIVENDAVID M. THOMPSON
M. R. W. COLEF. P. HAYWARDW. A. NOBLETTR. THOMPSON
PHIL CONNELLN. J. HOLMESM. R. O'DONOHOEG. TITMUS
ANN COPESTAKEM. M. ISLAMB. K. OMOTANIC. A. TOUT
STEPHEN J. COWLEYS. ISONR. PADMANJ. WARBRICK
STUART DALZIELCHARLES JARDINES. PAGECHRISTOPHER WARNER
J. L. DAWSONKATE M. JEARYJON PEATFIELDG. WILD
IAIN DUPÈREM. A. JOHNSONCATHERINE PITT 

The Council will publish a timetable for a vote on Graces 1 and 2 and on these amendments in the Michaelmas Term.


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